Information related to research interest "brain injury"

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Supervisors with this research interest

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Centre for the Heart & Mind

  • Dr Michaela Pascoe

    Dr Pascoe undertook her PhD (supported by an Australian Post-Graduate Scholarship) at the Florey Institute (through Swinburne University). Upon submission, Dr Pascoe received a Postdoctoral Fellowship from Gothenburg University and undertook an international Post-Doctorate at Sahlgrenska Academy in Sweden, before returning to Australia to undertake a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship with the Center for Heart and Mind, Mary MacKillop Institute

    Phone : 8266 (Melbourne) Email :

  • Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research

  • Dr Karen Caeyenberghs

    K. Caeyenberghs received her Master degree in Experimental Psychology in 2005 at the KULeuven, Belgium. She obtained her PhD in Biomedical Sciences in 2010 under supervision of Prof. S.P. Swinnen at the same university. She has revealed critical insights at the interface between brain structure, and function in relation to motor behaviour in children with traumatic brain injury. K. Caeyenberghs is now senior research fellow at the School of Psychology, Faculty of Health Sciences. She is a broadly experienced scientist who has become acquainted with a variety of medical imaging techniques, including functional MRI and diffusion MRI, to address prominent problems of motor and cognitive control in the daily life of patients. With this overarching interdisciplinary expertise K. Caeyenberghs has been able to perform innovative research, which resulted in a numerous articles. Her ultimate drive is to reveal which specific aspects of white matter change in response to pathology and training, and to determine to what extent structural networks are subject to neuroplastic changes.

    Phone : 8067 (Melbourne) Email :


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